Books

Directing Kids by Matt Buchanan

Directing the school play for the first time? Or maybe you've been directing plays with young people for a while, but are always looking for ways to improve. Anyone who wants to help young casts create memorable theatrical experiences for themselves and their audiences will benefit from Directing Kids, a comprehensive guide to directing and producing plays with young people.


Go Solo: Contemporary Monologues for Young Actors by The Playwrights of YouthPLAYS

 A diverse collection of more than six dozen monologues from plays published by YouthPLAYS, for young actors ranging from middle school through university, ideal for auditions, classroom work and competition.

Available as a paperback book for individual use or as an ebook that includes a photocopy license for classroom use.

 

 


Young Playwrights 101 by Jonathan Dorf

Do your students want to write plays that will actually get produced?  Or are you a budding young playwright yourself?  Then meet your new best friend.  Young Playwrights 101 will guide young writers from initial idea to submission.  It's a complete course, organized in easy-to-follow lessons and filled with practical exercises designed to hone young writers' skills and get them writing better plays faster.


Did You Know?


Meron Langsner was a highly sought-after movement/stage combat workshop instructor through the METG (Massachesetts Educational Theatre Guild) Master Classes program for several years.

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